The Android Pay team is seemingly on a roll at the moment, adding many new banks over the past few months, including Chase in the US and Natwest, Santander, and Royal Bank of Scotland (among others) in the UK. Today 44 new US banks are being added, and another big UK bank works as well after being announced as 'coming soon' a week ago.

As far as I can tell, there are no major banks included in this round of additions. We've noted the full list below, so take a look if you're waiting on a particular bank to be added. Otherwise it seems to be mostly regional or smaller banks in this round.

  1. 1st Community FCU
  2. Acadia Federal Credit Union
  3. AltaOne Federal Credit Union
  4. American Trust & Savings Bank
  5. Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union
  6. Bath Savings Institution
  7. BloomBank
  8. BrightStar Credit Union
  9. Changing Seasons FCU
  10. Cincinnati Ohio Police FCU
  11. Coastway Community Bank
  12. CrossFirst Bank
  13. EECU
  14. Entrust Financial Credit Union
  15. F&M Trust
  16. First Collinsville Bank
  17. First Commonwealth Bank
  18. First County Bank
  19. FNB Community Bank
  20. Forcht Bank, NA
  21. GenFed Financial Credit Union
  22. Greenville Federal Credit Union
  23. Hawaii Law Enforcement FCU
  24. Iberia Bank
  25. Jax Federal Credit Union
  26. Lake Area Bank
  27. Landmark Bank
  28. MassMutual Federal Credit Union
  29. Moven
  30. Navigant Credit Union
  31. Progress Bank and Trust
  32. Sandy Spring Bank
  33. Southern Bank
  34. Surety Bank
  35. Tennessee Valley FCU
  36. The Northumberland National Bank
  37. Town & Country FCU
  38. Tucson Federal Credit Union
  39. UMassFive College FCU
  40. Union Bank & Trust Company
  41. United Bank of Michigan
  42. United Equity CU
  43. University of Iowa Community CU
  44. Waldo State Bank

As an aside, TSB now works in the UK with multiple tips coming in from people adding their cards to the app. This joins the growing list of UK banks to support Android Pay, so it's great to see TSB coming to the party - the more the merrier and all that. If your card is supported in the UK or the US, go add it to the app and go to the store and pay for something!